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Readybetty

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Hi everyone! My boyfriend of four years finally popped the big question over Memorial Day weekend. I instantly started researching places for our weeding and was recommended to Las Caletas. After some more research we decided and I set our date for June 11th 2011. I have been working with Kelley down there and she is very helpful with all my questions. Anyways, I don't really know what I need to take care of now. Is this the time to book our resort on Puerto Vallarta or should I wait until I get our responses back from the invites? (I just sent out our save the dates!) Do I need to book our photographer this far out as well? I just do not want to miss something and have it be too late later on.

 

Anyways, I'm really glad to be apart of this and I look forward to sharing my experiences and searching for advice on the millions of questions I'm sure will arise this year.

 

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Megan! You joined yay! cheer2.gifcheer2.gif (I was the recommendation of LC...or my mom was wink.gif )

 

Congrats on the booking! and you already have your STD's (save the dates) out too?! wow you are on it!

 

I certainly wouldn't hurt to start getting your hotel and photog booked now, especially if there is a certain photog you want to use, they might book up early! You could also get a room block on the hotel so that your guests know the price. A lot of DW brides go through at travel agent to help get the rooms blocks booked. there are some great ones on the forum that can help and get you prices and such.

 

Anyway, now that you are part of the forum search away on finding the info you need! there is so much of it out there...

here are the steps on how to search for things...

http://bestdestinationwedding.com/fo...k-forum-32320/

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Hi, Megan --

 

CONGRATULATIONS on your engagement & WELCOME to BDW!!!

I think you will find that this site will become the single *most* important tool available to you during your wedding-planning process -- I KNOW it was for me!

 

Very best wishes as you're planning your way,

toward walking down the aisle on your Big Day!!

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Hello, congratulations and welcome, EVERYONE here are so helpful and friendly, Im sure any questions you have or advice you need will be fully answered before you know it!!!!

 

Happy Planning x

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